UKY script--draft #1 ... Comments from Nestor
tcoffin at ncsa.uiuc.edu
Tue Aug 17 12:07:55 CDT 1999
At 10:56 AM 8/17/99 -0600, John A. Greenfield wrote:
>On Tue, 17 Aug 1999, Tom Coffin wrote:
>> At 11:27 AM 8/17/99 -0500, Robert Olson wrote:
>> >>But it does allow the remote user complete screen control
>> >>independent of platform of the viewer and presenter. I'm sure
>> >>knows about this, but thought I would add my 2 cents.
>> >I've actually got some technical solutions to this in mind, that
>> >the original presentation is in ppt. One can make powerpoint
>> >as a bitmap/jpeg at an arbitrary resolution, so given a
>> >could export the whole thing as a series of images (including the
>> >transitions, I think). Then all we'd need is a simple viewer
>> >would show the images, and accept either local input for a
>> >remote slide-change events for a client. This could be done via a
>> >web browser as well.
>> >Just a SMOP ...
>> >(simple matter of programming)
>> That's what Tango does!
>Yes, Unfortuneately it also takes over the entire display, which is a
>major problem given the way we are doing display.
??? - It doesn't take over my display - I can resize any of the
browser windows Tango introduces
Tom Coffin .......................... tcoffin at ncsa.uiuc.edu
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